Angell will be among the artists featured in the Woolaroc Retrospective Exhibit and Sale, open October 18 through December 29,2019 in Northeastern Oklahoma.
From the museum’s website: “According to Show Director Dean Zervas and Museum Director Shiloh Thurman, the show is a result of the great success that Woolaroc enjoyed with its first national show in 2013, Lewis & Clark Corps of Discovery. That show was followed by The Best of the Best Contemporary Wildlife Art Retrospective Exhibit and Sale in 2015, which featured seven wildlife artists; and The Best of the Best Retrospective Exhibit and Sale in 2017, which featured eight contemporary painters and sculptors.”
"Alone in the woods at night I've sometimes watched the small saw-whet owls thread through the dark corridor of branches above our creek. Soundlessly catching moths on the wing, they bring the otherwise mute forest alive with their spirited chases and metallic calls."
Since the late 1960s, Angell has been showing work related to nature and his relationship to the natural world. He has affiliated with the Foster/White Gallery in Seattle since l972, and has had regular showings of both sculptures and drawings there.
Below are a sample of catalogues from past shows for your review.
Foster/White Gallery, SEATTLE, WA.
"Tony Angell employs his art to creatively clarify, record and emotionally respond to the powerful presence of Nature in the Pacific Northwest... "
From Wild Skies, 2005
Gerald/Peters Gallery, SANTA FE, NM.
Group show with Lars Jonsson and Thomas Quinn.